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Project 2: One Proportion Claims
Project 2: One Proportion Claims
Criteria Ratings Pts
Write your claim
threshold: pts
6 pts
Claim is fully correct
3 pts
Partially correct
0 pts
No real world explanation
pts
6 pts
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Is your claim the null or alternative claim?
threshold: pts
1 pts
Correctly identified hypothesis
0 pts
Didn't correctly identified hypothesis or didn't include information.
pts
1 pts
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Identify why a one-proportion test is appropriate to use for this claim and WHY.
threshold: pts
2 pts
Fully explained why the one proportion test is the correct one to use.
1 pts
Partially explained why the one proportion test is the correct one to use.
0 pts
Didn't explain or information was incorrect.
pts
2 pts
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Use Minitab to analyze your claim and copy the Minitab output into your document.
threshold: pts
5 pts
Correct Minitab output was provided on the Word document
2.5 pts
Minitab output was partially correct, but had problems.
0 pts
No Minitab output provided on the document or was completely incorrect.
pts
5 pts
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Provide the appropriate statistics/information from the Minitab output that allows you to make a decision about your claim. This information must be typed out on your assignment: Sample number, Sample percent, Z, P-value
threshold: pts
2 pts
All required information is there and correct.
1 pts
Some information is there and correct.
0 pts
Information is not there or completely incorrect.
pts
2 pts
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Provide a conclusion that answers the original question/claim.
threshold: pts
6 pts
All required information is there and in the right format.
4 pts
1 piece of information is missing or incorrect.
2 pts
2 pieces of information are missing or incorrect.
0 pts
No information provided or all is incorrect.
pts
6 pts
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Provide a real world explanation for these results. What do the results of your Minitab analysis actually mean? Things to think about when you try to answer this question: Is our class data different than the results of the PEW survey/article? If so, then explain HOW our results differ from Pew. If our results don't differ statistically, then talk about what the data does show.
threshold: pts
5 pts
Provides full real world explanation of results.
2.5 pts
Provides partial explanation of real world results or has some issues with results write-up.
0 pts
No real world results provided or real world results don't make sense given data.
pts
5 pts
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Follow-up
Was follow-up testing needed? If so, then do the follow-up testing and provide the appropriate information.
threshold: pts
3 pts
Follow-up information completely correct.
1.5 pts
Follow-up information not completely correct.
0 pts
Follow-up information not correct.
pts
3 pts
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Total Points: 30 out of 30